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Happy to win scrappy: Gunners Town Pub Pod Review – Leicester 0-2 Arsenal (Carabao Cup 3rd Round)

Episode 27 Pub Review: Leicester 0-2 Arsenal Carabao Cup – 23/9/20 Join Gav, Charlie, Alex and Paul in the Gunners Town virtual pub, as they analyze Arsenal’s scrappy win over Leicester to see them progress to the next round of the Carabao Cup. Two uglier goals you probably won’t find – but a win is […]

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No Fizz. No Bang. No Snap, Crackle or Pop. ARS 2-1 WHU (Gunners Town Pub – Episode 26)

Episode 26 “No Fizz. No Bang.No Snap, Crackle or Pop.” Dave is joined by Mike, Paul and pod-newcomer Kaya in the all-Gunners-Town writer post-match virtual pub, to unravel what was a curiously disappointing performance by Arsenal against the Hammers. Arteta picked Ceballos and Saka to help break down an expected low-block – but it’s fair […]

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West Ham Preview · Moyles Parks A Bus (Episode 25)

Episode 25 “West Ham Preview · Moyles Parks A Bus” Gav, Mike and Paul preview the upcoming Arsenal v West Ham game, and ponder how Arteta might counter a potential David Moyes parked bus. Does he stick with a formation that has proved so effective against recent opponents? Does he throw more creativity on the […]

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Anti Arsenal Media Agenda Beyond Ridiculous – ‘I am a lover not a fighter, but if one more pundit slags off my team…’

  I am a lover not a fighter, but if one more pundit slags off Arsenal… Ok so hey,I think it’s time I actually introduced myself, I’m James, a Leeds lad brought up around the blood and thunder football of Leeds United, I was taught many things growing up in Yorkshire, mostly to despise Manchester […]

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Wenger and Gooners – a failing marriage approaching a sad divorce

Similarly to a number of fellow Gooners, our capitulation against Bayern was the straw that seemingly broke my camel’s back (in fairness, I’m from Morocco). My disappointment was such that I haven’t been able to watch highlights or read analyses of the game, which is unheard of. I never thought I’d be capable of so […]

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Here ‘s to you Ollie Giroud – Sunderland 1- Na Na Na ‘NA’rsenal 4

When Duncan Watmore went down inside our box I sank in my chair. It looked all set up to become one of those days. Good pressure and slick passing, a goal to show for our trouble, loads of chances created, then one mistake puts paid to everything good. Usually it’s also the first shot on […]

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No need for Arsenal to be superstitious about lifeless Black Cats

Image courtesy of ‘You are my Arsenal’ It’s Sunderland away and I remember how hard it has been for us to beat the Black Cats either home or away for the last two seasons, no matter who was in charge. There was that 2-0 away with a brace from Alexis after Mannone spilled his beans […]

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Arsene Wenger IN or Arsene Wenger OUT? – Part 2- Wenger IN

The comments on Part I are appreciated and I say again that it was only an aggregation of the views held by many others – NOT my personal view on Wenger. I would like to point out Mr. Victor Thomson as one of the most civil people I have ever had a disagreement with. Sir, […]

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So does spending equal automatic Premier League Success? Is it as simple as that?

Arsenal’s start to the season has done no favors to the notion that this squad can win the league.  Unsurprisingly, the clamoring for buying a new striker or backup defensive midfielder or any other ‘we need’ you may have heard, has only increased fervently. Apparently, we must spend.  Apparently, we must show our ambition by […]

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Why do the English Media despise Arsenal as much as they do whilst admiring others who are genuinely failing?

Everyone has the right to give their opinions, they are allowed to talk about it, to write about it and to share their thoughts to people in any way, be it a respectful way. Football in England is still, no doubt one of the best to watch in the world. The rivalry, the tenacity, the […]

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